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Old 12-20-2007, 05:33 PM   #526
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Chloe doesn't need any presents, she's been going nuts with all the tissue paper that have been in gifts people gave us. Our sunroom floor is covered in green, white, and red loud and crinkly tissue paper

The best part is when the paper is on the hardwood floor and she runs and dives onto the paper only to slide across the floor like a slip 'n' slide
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Chloe doesn't need any presents, she's been going nuts with all the tissue paper that have been in gifts people gave us. Our sunroom floor is covered in green, white, and red loud and crinkly tissue paper

The best part is when the paper is on the hardwood floor and she runs and dives onto the paper only to slide across the floor like a slip 'n' slide





that is too funny... I could just see that!
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Old 12-20-2007, 06:32 PM   #528
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Aw you're welcome, it looks so great on you

Zoey LOVES her feather on a stick, that's HER baby and she carries it around in her mouth meowing it sounds sooo funny when she does that.
Zoey and Worf need to form the feather on a stick fan club. Worf is 14, and hasn't been into "playing" for a while - except for the feather on a stick. She'll cry until I pick it up and wave it around. She loves to attack it.

I bought her a fake fur boa with a feather on the end, thinking "hey, she's loves feather on a stick, she'll like feather on a boa on a stick". Nope. She looked at it like "wtf" and acted scared of it. There is no substitute for feather on a stick.
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The best part is when the paper is on the hardwood floor and she runs and dives onto the paper only to slide across the floor like a slip 'n' slide
Saki is guilty of that too! Too funny.



Oh yeah just a reminder to all kitty owners not let the cats get ahold of strings or ribbons from the packages! Zoey likes to eat the ribbons and that can be quite dangerous.
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Oh yeah just a reminder to all kitty owners not let the cats get ahold of strings or ribbons from the packages! Zoey likes to eat the ribbons and that can be quite dangerous.
Too true...the ribbon usually ends up coming out of either end of the cat...
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My mom wraps our kitties' presents in little scraps of leftover paper. If the catnip is strong enough, they open them!
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I was thinking of posting that one.. so great!
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Too true...the ribbon usually ends up coming out of either end of the cat...
That's if you're lucky. If you're not, you're paying for a $1000 surgery to remove a blockage.
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My mom sent me a box with my presents inside, and there was one for Phoebe from "grandma and grandpa." Awwwww!
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That's if you're lucky. If you're not, you're paying for a $1000 surgery to remove a blockage.



One year Chloe started to eat a ribbon and when i noticed it she had swallowed most of it, and I managed to grab it and slowly pull it back out before something bad happened
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